This SRAM catalogue was produced by Monza Imports - the Australian importer of SRAM products. It seems that Monza Imports did not import Zipp wheels - and so this catalogue omits these. Monza Imports also appears to have had little interest in SRAM's 'urban' products - so these get short shrift. Page 2 includes the index of SRAM's full 2013 catalogue. It lists 131 pages, and there are only 90 pages in the Monza Imports version.
Some things that I note are:
- A new SRAM Red series was introduced in two cage lengths. The long cage version was WiFli.
- The old SRAM Red was retained in black finish only.
- A new shape SRAM Force arrived with a long, WiFli, cage. The old shape, short cage, version continued.
- A new 1X10 SRAM XX1 derailleur appeared. It had a horizontal parallelogram, a clutch, Cage Lock and lots of buzz-words that I don't entirely understand like X-Horizon, X-Actuation, X-Sync etc.. Most importantly it had a very distinctive, chunky, techie look.
- The 'standard' SRAM X0 range continued as in the previous year.
- The colour range of the SRAM X0 DH was reduced to a single option - black with red highlights
- A new SRAM X0 Type 2 range was introduced with a clutch etc. Like the 'standard' range the Type 2 was available with one of three different colour schemes; black, red and silver. It was also, available in 3 cage lengths; short for Downhill, medium for 2X10 and long cage for 3X10
- The range of SRAM X9 colours was reduced again to just grey.
- A new SRAM X9 Type 2 range was introduced with a clutch etc. The, exclusively grey, SRAM X9 Type 2 was available in fetching grey in the usual 3 cage lengths; short for Downhill, medium for 2X10 and long cage for 3X10
- The SRAM X5 series was reduced to one colour; black
- Publisher: SRAM
- Country: USA, with manufacturing in Taiwan
- Date: 2012?
- Derailleur brands: SRAM
- Derailleurs: too many to list